A collection of tools and resources to design and conduct pilots, analyze their collected data, and potentially negotiate and purchase edtech tools. Tools are actionable (templates, surveys, etc.) while Resources are references (publications, websites, etc.).

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Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy Scale (Short Form) From Fives and Buehl (2010)

The Teachers Sense of Efficacy Scale is a general self-assessment to measure self-efficacy.

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Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy Scale (Long Form) From Fives and Buehl (2010)

The Teachers Sense of Efficacy Scale is a general self-assessment to measure self-efficacy.

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Questionnaire to Measure Perceived Technology Integration Knowledge of Teachers (TPCK) From Hosseini and Kamal (2012)

The Questionnaire to Measure Perceived Technology Integration Knowledge of Teachers measures the extent of technology integration a teacher achieves.

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Quick Teacher Technology Survey From PowerUp What Works

The Quick Teacher Technology Survey intends to identify the technology skills and knowledge of teachers.

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Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL) Student Questionnaire From National Assessment of Educational Progress

The Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL) Student Questionnaire, developed by the National Assessment of Educational Progress, is a self-report survey instrument that gains information about context of how students are developing literacy in the two fields.

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Computer Attitude Questionnaire From Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning

The Computer Attitude Questionnaire (CAQ) measures attitudes toward and use of technology in addition to technology literacy for middle school students (grades 6 through 8) based on Likert-scale self-reporting.

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Youth Experience Survey (YES) 2.0 From Hansen, D. and Larson, R. of University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (2005)

The Youth Experience Survey (YES) 2.0 is a self-report instrument to measure high school students’ developmental experiences using or participating in a program. The YES items focus on three personal development domains: identity work, initiative, and basic skills.

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Academic Self-Efficacy Subscale from Self-Efficacy Questionnaire for Children (SEQ-C) From Muris, P. (2001)

The Academic Self-Efficacy Subscale from Self-Efficacy Questionnaire for Children (SEQ-C), first published by Muris in 2001, measures students’ general academic, social, and emotional self-efficacy.

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School Engagement Scale (SESQ) From PerformWell

The School Engagement Scale (SESQ), administered to elementary school students, measures general school engagement.

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Lea(R)n IMPACT Analysis From Lea(R)n

Informed by more than 100 product evaluations across diverse education environments, IMPACT Analysis 2.0 is used to rapidly analyze individual edtech product utilization, pricing and student achievement data in seconds to inform instructional, operational and budget decisions.